These businesses pride themselves in creating masterpieces of art and design that highlight the image of the islands as seen on their products.
Taking different approaches, these fashion icons display Hawaii in a fun, artistic, and sustainable way through the creation of their different products.
Maui Built – With authenticity and exclusivity in local design and island trends, Maui Built prides itself in making graphic designs and prints for the islands alone. As their motto states, “Maui Built, cuz this ain’t the mainland.”
Anyone looking for this type of design and island fashion will be pleasantly surprised based on quality and individuality.
Aloha Grown (Hawaii Island) – Sustainability and local preservation is the main goal of this local attire. Although they produce other products like soaps and jellies, the dedication to promoting sustainability on the island is seen from a media and fashion stance.
The Hilo retail store pairs up with Aloha Grown media to display this message, but the proof is in the products.
Reyn’s (Oahu) – This historical clothing line prints Hawaii inspired designs on local attire. Originally started in 1949, this once men’s haberdashery grew into an iconic clothing line that expresses the local flavor and essence of the islands.
The quality and construction of products is what has brought Reyn’s the long lasting success it sees today.
Kealopiko (Molokai) – For ancient Hawaiians “Kealopiko,” the belly of the fish, was considered a delicacy because it was fatty and sweet.
In keeping with tradition, Kealopiko’s intimately designed tropical wear and accessories for men, women and children are inspired by only the most revered elements of Hawaii’s natural, cultural and historical traditions.
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